[unpaid/sample] Magic Cleanse is known for being able to clean skin effectively without the use of cleansers – one side is gently exfoliating while the other is soft and fluffy for rinsing away the ‘grime’. In theory, this works except when you come to mascara and so forth but with no such issue on the body, a giant size Magic Cleanse is ideal for cutting down on product. You start with the exfoliating side and sweep with the fluffy side and that’s you done.

Seoulista Magic Cleanse Body

I’m (annoyingly) a ‘yes, but’ person – I always have questions such as isn’t half the pleasure of body cleansing down to using some delicious product and doesn’t the ‘grime’ just rinse away on its own without a fluffy sweep in either the bath or shower. So, the main benefit I can see is to use this dry because then you probably will see the point in the sweep and it will leave your skin beautifully soft without the harshness of a loofah or similar. I use Korean Wash Cloths all the time and they’re wonderful but I don’t have sensitive skin – if you react to exfoliating, you probably won’t to this because it’s very gentle.

Seoulista Magic Cleanse Body

I’m afraid I have been using the Seoulista Body Magic Cleanse with soap and oh my – the suds! My Japanese Cleansing Cloud (HERE) is pretty sudsy anyway but it’s a foam party with the Magic Cleanse! The Magic Cleanse is like a mitt – you can get your hand in there so it’s more reliable than a flannel or cloth and easier to reach your back. I can see it being great for a fast shower after the gym or swimming without any other product but my preference is to use it with when it comes to the body. You can find it HERE for £14.99.

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